Salalah International Airport (SLL/OOSA)

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Salalah International Airport is the Sultanate of Oman's secondary international airport, after Muscat International Airport.

  • Salalah is the capital and seat of the wali (governor) of the southern Omani province of Dhofar.
  • The city attracts lots of people from other parts of Oman and the Gulf region during the khareef season, which spans from July to September.
  • Salalah is 1,000 km away from Muscat.
  • Salalah has a strategic geographic location, as it is only two hours away from the Southeast African Market.

OAMC will provide inaugural flight marketing for new services, including presumably cake cutting in its gate lounges.

  • Inauguration for first landing flight and cake cutting celebration.
  • Press conference, press (local and international) and FAM trip.
  • Airport tours for travel agents, tour operators and airline.
  • Establishing contacts with the local distribution channels (Commercial, Finance, Media, Operations Departments).
  • Promoting new air services at all Omani airports.
  • Supporting airlines with business cases and joint promotion.
  • Working together with tourism authority to facilitate co-operation.
  • Initiate incentive scheme for regional airports.

Salalah's location in a monsoon zone gives its a unexpected tropical look and feel.

  • Salalah Airport is located on the Salalah coastal plain in the Dhofar Governate.
  • The population of the Dhofar region has reached 455,000, of which 52% are expatriates (non- Omanis).

In 2016, Salalah Airport handled 1.35m kgs of freight.

  • The recently completed cargo facility in Salalah, is a fully-automated 21,000 sqm warehouse, with a capacity of 100,000 tons per annum.
  • Salalah Cargo Centre is also part of the integrated logistic system with Port of Salalah and Salalah Free Zone, and offers full Air-Sea and Sea-Air capabilities.

Oman's second biggest airport is open 24 hours and handled close to 1.2m passengers in 2016.


Salalah Airport is located six kilometres northeast of the city centre.


Infrastructure & Operations:

Runway(s): Two − 08/26 4,000m; 07/25 3,340m.

Slot Coordinated: Contact:

Operating hours: 24h.

Terminal(s): One.

Check-in: 15 desks.

Min. Connect time: 60 minutes.


Vital Statistics:

Passenger traffic: 2016; 1.198m – 767,325 domestic; 431,521 international.

Movements: 2016; 10,293.

Largest Carriers (by weekly seats): Oman Air, SalamAir, Qatar Airways.



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